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1974 Frank Stella Tuftonboro Signed Print
Starting Bid - $500.00, Sold For - $2,900.00
Frank Stella was one of the leading proponents of minimalism during the 1960s, whose work later progressed to both two and three-dimensional art pieces. Stella defined a picture as "a flat surface with paint on it - nothing more," and he wanted his paintings to be looked upon as the object itself rather than a representation of something. That desire later led him to work upon shaped canvases, rather than the traditional square or rectangular surfaces used by artists. Today, Stella's works appear in a number of major art venues including both The Whitney Museum and The Museum of Modern Art in New York. Presented is a limited-edition signed lithograph, titled Tuftonboro, created by Stella in 1974. The artist has signed the piece in pencil in the lower right. It is hand numbered "62/100" next to his signature. Dimensions: 20.5 x 17 inches. The litho is in Near Mint to Mint condition and has been framed to total dimensions of 29 x 25 inches. LOA from Steve Grad & John Reznikoff/PSA DNA. Reserve $500. Estimate $1,000/$2,000. SOLD FOR $2,900.00
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